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terror in paris. isis claims responsibility for an attack on three police officers. why a woman claims her 5-year-old granddaughter was put at risk. are you ready for some football? what fans need to know about the
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eagles' new skechedule. nbc 10 news starts now. but first a community's trust betrayed. they say this soccer coach took advantage of one of his players and left her pregnant. >> the girl is 15 years old and the coach paid her to have sex with him. live in south philadelphia with new details on this investigation which is just beginning. >> reporter: tonight police want to know if there were any other victims. on the other side of this basketball court. we're in a popular part of south philly. and tonight we track down someone who knew the coach. not far from the playground where he coached soccer is a shop where nbc 10 tracked down pentoja was in disbelief over
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allegations contreras got his 15-year-old player pregnant. >> translator: to me he is a respectful person. it must be a misunderstanding but the authorities will have to resolve that. >> reporter: police say the teen discovered she was pregnant one month after she asked the suspect for a job at his cleaning business. they say he told the victim she didn't have to clean and talked her into having sex with him for money instead. she told him she had sex with him five times over the course of a month and he gave her money each time. police say he lived on south street not far from the play ground where he coached soccer. we broke the news to parents. one mom told us it's a tragic situation for the young girl and her family. >> it's a very unfortunate
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situation and as a parent you want to believe that your children are -- everyone has the best interest for your child, especially people that are coaching your children. >> reporter: we learned prado contrars was a volunteer in his league. live in south philly. nbc 10 news. >> new details now from paris where the iconic place became a scene of an isis attack. killed one police officer and injured two others. that gunman was killed on the scene but authorities are trying to figure out if more attacks are on the way. french police are investigating this car believed to have used to attack police officers. killing one, seriously wounding two others. in an attack isis quickly
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claimed responaunonsibility for. he moved from a car and used an automatic weapon to shoot at officer'si officer's guarding the shopping district in paris. they searched the home believed to be lirnked to the attack. a witness says he saw three men in the vehicle that fired on police. >> i saw three men in an audi and kill one of the police and injure one. then i run away. >> reporter: shortly after the attack president trump addressed it during a previously scheduled news conference. >> what can you say? just never ends. we have to be strong and vigilant and i've been saying it for a long time. >> reporter: french president said he was convinced the circumstances pointed to a terrorist act. they're now trying to determine
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if the suspect had accomplices. this attack comes just three days before a tense presidential election and during a continual state of emergency for frangs. multiple attacks by isis killed 130 people. and you can get updates on this story anytime by signing up for alerts and the morning team will have any developments beginning at 4:30 a.m. to your first alert weather and the nbc 10 radar showing more rain is moving into the area tonight. you see right there on the radar. and we understand you might need the umbrella in the morning as temperatures begin to rise. let's get an update on your neighborhood forecast. >> we're going to be looking at rain on and off the next several hours stretching from dover to dear field is not really in the philadelphia area. but we are looking at perhaps
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lehigh valley. so let's take a look a little bit closer at what's going on. in salem and lower alway creek. dear field, upper pits grove, you're looking at a very steady rain and even claps of thunder. this is going to last another 30 to 60 minutes for you. on the very edge of it, still we're going to see this moving in your direction. laurel lake and maurice river. we're going to be watching the heavier rain moving your direction. light showers that's what's going on there. allen town you're about to get a pretty good shower headed your way. lynn, you're clearing out. and we're looking in between the showers. so this will continue on and off. this is the back edge of all this shower activity. once this is gone we'll give
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little breaks but there is more off to the west that will wake you up. we'll have a sneak peek at your weekend coming up. a father accused of killing his 4-year-old son claims it was his spirit that drove his 5 yoeltd son into the woods. the boy's mother took the stand today and told jurors that the spirit theory was odd. they say he killed his son because of money troubles and claims he was causing problems in his relationship. >> we're learning more about the man police shot and killed. new castle police have identified him as 21-year-old price. he's wanted in connection to a shooting earlier this month. he drove off when they tried to arrest him yesterday afternoon. he hid in bushes and came out with a gun. that's when officers opened fire. search is over for a woman
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accused in a craig's list kidnappi kidnapping stint. for her role in the attempted kidnapping in a man who placed an online ad seeking companionship. they're awaiting extradition out back. the school reform commission is one step closer to a vote on a nearly $3 billion budget. they held a meeting tonight in center city. last month they aprovered the outline for a $2.9 billion spending for next year. new at 11:00, eagles plans know how to plan their weddings during football seasons, their weekend as well. >> maybe it will effect some weddings as well. >> i cheated. i looked at john clark 's story. >> they released the team's official schedule tonight. john.
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>> we're going to find out the chores that won't be done on sunday. they said they can plan their weddings and their trips. eagles have five games in prime time. the nfl likes the birds and carson wentz. they open on the road against the redskins. their first home game will be against the giants in week three. two big sunday night games against the cowboys and then the seahawks and christmas night in philly, monday night football at home against the raiders. by the way all four preseason games are thursday night games in august on a nbc 10. we're going to hear about next week pfs draft in less than 20 minutes. it's one week from tonight. can't wait. >> lot to look forward to. good night. speaking of the draft, nbc 10 has your back stage pass.
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we'll take you behind the scenes of all the action on the parkway. look for all our special coverage wednesday, thursday, and sunday only on nbc 10. more than a thousand jobs are coming to atlantic city. new jersey governor chris christie helped break down on the new atlantic city gateway. it will give them a new kafrms with beach front housing for more than 500 students and a new head quarters for south jersey gas. the new effort aimed at preserving the historic properties. he announced creation of a preservation task force. the city's existing preservation ordinance is three years old. he said the task force will look to other cities as an example. the group will begin working in june. we reported that new jersey congressman tom mcarthur refused
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to let protesters inside a town hall. it was not a town hall and not open to a public. it was a private community meeting. we apologize for that mistake. also tonight, the widow of a murdered state trooper tells her story on the stand. bus stop blame. exclusive video show as 5-year-old girl after she's left at the wrong bus stop. also down with diets. new research might give you pause before your next can of soda.
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i thought she was abducted. >> a family worried sick. this woman's 5-year-old granddaughter didn't make it home from school. now she's blaming a bus driver for putting the child at risk. and blaming the good samaritan who helped get the
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girl home safely. >> reporter: dianne lupart said she's so relieved to be playing with her granddaughter, mia tonight. after the ordeal they went through this week. it was captured on police surveillance video. watch as mia walks, even runs alone after getting off that wrong bus stop. >> nowhere to be found and i kept calling the district. nobody answered the phone. >> reporter: she was supposed to get off here at fifth and main street and trainer. the park wants to know why the driver let her off here instead a half mile away on ridge and veteran's drive. to help her across the street. a total of 35 minutes elapsed before mother and granddaughter reunited. >> i did not have any clue if i'd see her again. >> reporter: we didn't have to go far to find other parents who have experienced something
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similar. they only heard back that the matter was being handled. >> if nothing's being done, it's going to continue to happen. >> reporter: the superintendent tsds said in a statement we want all of our students and parents to feel confident and comfortable with our transportation system and will continue to investigate this manner and said the man who stopped was a good guy just trying to help. >> i'm grateful. i'm very grateful to this gentleman, i really am. anything could have happened to her, anything. >> reporter: the students who ride the bus in this area are required to have badges tied to their backpacks like this. she didn't have one and she won't need one going forward. her grandmother says her time riding the bus is over. the widow of a pennsylvania state trooper gave heart breaking testimony in a pike
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county courtroom today. tiffany dixon described how her family has struggled since the shooting that took her husband's life. jury convicted him yesterday for the 2014 ambush that also injured a second state trooper. a new study suggests drinking diet soda may raise your risk of stroke or dementia. they found as little as one diet soda a day could put you as nearly three times the risk. doctors say they reinforce other studies that show people who drink them generally have poorer health. an update on the story we first told you about yesterday. crews have finally freed a boat that's been stuck since a january storm. the northeast nor'easter 2 has
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been in the water since 2015. >> it's making some progress there. well, you might hear rain outside your window tonight. meteorologist tammy souza is tracking your weather. >> we're going to focus on parts of delaware and south jersey. all of this is moving off to the east. so let's take a closer look at what's going on in your neighborhood. off to wilmington, that's where we see the heaviest of the rain. places like washington, you're going to have a pretty good down pour in the next 30 to 60 minutes. we are going to see ponding on some of the roadways. but you look up, there's nothing going on. we have the cloud cover basically there. kind of in the path of all of
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this. so this will head out to the shore in the next 60 minutes. allen town getting a brief shower. lind starting to clear out. so you get the idea we're on the back edge of it here. these are the spottier showers back here and we have heavier stuff moving into new york. and you can see there is still more activity being pushed ahead of the cold front being driven by this big area of low pressure driven by parts of canada. so let's go hour by hour and break it all down. we're still quite mild, in the 50s but here's the first batch of rain. everywhere from allen town to doyles town to philly we're going to be looking at showers. it trends further north. everybody that didn't get it will get it early tomorrow morning. that will be out of here. we'll get a little clearing
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during the second half of the morning rush. another batch of showers and storms could move through. i think we'll be close to 80 degrees in between there. then we get into saturday morning. look what happened. we may get a few lingering showers saturday morning. and then have a little bit more activity in the afternoon. and this could even linger into sunday morning. so at this point the whole weekend may feature a shower activity here and there. we're watching tropical storm auraleen. you're seeing probably what's going on. here it is in the atlantic and arlean will be fish food. it's not going to hurt anybody. we have 50 mile-per-hour winds. at about 28 miles per hour. only the second time we have seen a tropical storm form in the month of april since the at slight era when they could be detected. so this is very rare and now the official start to the hurricane
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season is underway but that should dissipate by tomorrow. here's what we're going to be looking at, 80s tomorrow and 70s. by saturday we're into the 60s. only in the 50s with a chance of rain as well. we'll have your 10 day at the end of the show. >> big signs dance numbers. even a t rex costume. students are using them all to pull off their prom-posals. how they're cracking down next. (vo) love. i got it. i gotcha baby. (vo) it's being there when you're needed most. love is knowing... he's the one. (vo) was meant to be. and love always keeps you safe. we're fine. (vo) love is why we built a car you can trust. now and for a long time to come. the all-new subaru impreza sedan and five-door. a car you can love no matter what road you're on.
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macarthur wouldn't protect us from a bill that raises premiums and causes 24 million to lose their insurance. wouldn't oppose a massive "age tax" on people over 50. but supported a 600 billion tax break for the wealthy. tell tom macarthur - stop trying to repeal our health care.
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that right there was a local student's prom-posal. it's a growing trend around the country. but here they're banning them. they say the sometimes extravagant nature can be
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disruptive, even a safety hazard to other students. they're allowed off school grounds. celebrating student achievement at lincoln financial field, they hosted the game changer's dinner and reception tonight. it recognizes students in low income communities who took advantage of mentoring programs to achieve college success. for a lot of people it's all about the eagles right now looking at the schedule. we've got the entire eagles schedule for you. we're going to hear from the man picking the player for the birds. can the phillys win a series against the mets for the first time in over a year? it's a good sign.
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john clark from csn. behold the eagles schedule is out. they start with three of four on the road. five of them against playoff teams from last year. they start in washington, then kansas city. doug peterson facing andy reed, then to l.a. to face the chargers. quick turn around thursday night football at carolina. monday night football hosting the redskins, then 49ers. by week, sunday night football, november 19th in dallas. then at seattle, another sunday night game. at l.a. against the rams. the raiders are in philly, new year's eve day. cowboys at the link in the finale. the draft is one week from tonight in philly. joe douglas will be running his first draft. he says after a players' skill, how much a player loves
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football. >> when you get to this level, everybody's talented. there's a prerequisite of talent. we're trying to find the things that you can't really measure. mind, spirit, soul. their will to win. >> that should be on a t-shirt. >> it should be on a t-shirt. jeff laurie told him to bring in a personnel man. picking a player for need, he says it's always the it mantra take the best player. >> part of bringing him in here is trying to change what we've done and trying to get better. i think it's been a really long process and rejuvenated a guy to learn something new and be part of it and ask him questions. this is how i see this player. where would you put him and how would you describe that? it's been great. >> mets pitcher, noah
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syndergaard. he was 4-0 against the phillys dominating them. worst slump of his career, 0 for his last 22 rbi double. makes it a 4/1 game. half an inning later, aaron nola, 3-run home run. and franco doing more damage in the eighth. they rule it a home run and that seals the deal. phillys beat the mets 6-4. they win their first series over the mets in over a year. jalen brunsen coming back for his junior year. i'm john clark. we're right back.
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we could have a few storms tonight, a few tomorrow morning. there you go. 81 tomorrow. could see showers and storms in the morning. we could see showers passing through on saturday periodically. and the same on sunday and then next week. it is going to be nice. >> better to get the rain out here now. >> it looks great next week. >> thank you for watching. >> have a great night. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> steve: from studio 6b in rockefeller center in the heart of new york city, it's "the tonight show starring jimmy fallon." tonight, join jimmy and his guests -- bob odenkirk, lucy hale, animal expert robert irwin, musical guest brad p


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